42nd Annual Annie Award Nominations – ‘Toy Story That Time Forgot’ Honored – Updated

Toy Story That Time Forgot Annie Awards

Updated – January 31, 2015 Tonight was the 42nd Annual Annie Awards and unfortunately, Pixar walked away empty-handed, given the incredible year for animation. Below is the list of winners from the same categories that Pixar was nominated – congratulations to all the winners and nominees. Let us know your thoughts on the awards and read more of our candid comments in this Forum post dedicated to the event.

Pixar’s latest 30-minute television special, Toy Story That Time Forgot just received seven well-deserved nominations across multiple categories for the 42nd Annual Annie Awards taking place on January 31, 2015. We cannot praise the cast and crew members on each team enough for such a great addition to the Pixar library of films.

Best Animated Special Production 

  • Cosmos: A Spacetime Odyssey – Voyager Pictures LLC – WINNER
  • Dawn of the Dragon Racers – DreamWorks Animation 
  • How Murray Saved Christmas – Universal Television 
  • Polariffic – Bent Image Lab 
  • Toy Story That Time Forgot – Pixar Animation Studios

Outstanding Achievement, Character Animation in an Animated Television/Broadcast Production

  • Don Crum – Toy Story That Time Forgot – Pixar Animation Studios 
  • Carlo Vogele – Toy Story That Time Forgot – Pixar Animation Studios 
  • Ken Kim – Toy Story That Time Forgot – Pixar Animation Studios 
  • Michael Granberry – Tumble Leaf – Amazon Studios 
  • Teresa Drilling – Tumble Leaf – Amazon Studios 
  • Justin Nichols – Wander Over Yonder – Disney Television Animation – WINNER

Outstanding Achievement, Storyboarding in an Animated TV/Broadcast Production 

  • Heiko Drengenberg – Disney Mickey Mouse – Disney Television Animation 
  • Luke Weber, Alonso Ramirez Ramos, Neil Graf & Steve Heneveld – Gravity Falls – Disney Television Animation 
  • Joaquim Dos Santos – Legend of Korra -Nickelodeon Animation Studio – WINNER
  • Nathaniel Villanueva & Douglas Lovelace – Star Wars Rebels – Disney Channel / Disney XD 
  • Brad Ableson, Matthew Faughnan & Stephen Reis – The Simpsons – Film Roman 
  • Louise Smythe – Toy Story That Time Forgot – Pixar Animation Studios 
  • Mark Ackland – Wander Over Yonder – Disney Television Animation

Outstanding Achievement, Writing in an Animated TV/Broadcast Production 

  • Darrick Bachman – Disney Mickey Mouse – Disney Television Animation – WINNER
  • Dave Tennant, David P. Smith, Chris Mitchell & Will Mata – The Powerpuff Girls – Cartoon Network 
  • Rob LaZebnik – The Simpsons – 20th Century Fox 
  • Tim Long – The Simpsons – 20th Century Fox 
  • Steve Purcell – Toy Story That Time Forgot – Pixar Animation Studios

Outstanding Achievement, Editorial in an Animated TV/Broadcast Production 

  • Illya Owens – Disney Mickey Mouse – Disney Television Animation – WINNER
  • Ernesto Matamoros – Dragons: Defenders of Berk – DreamWorks Animation Television 
  • Mike Elias – Family Guy – Super 78 
  • David Suther, Bradley Furnish & David Condolora – Toy Story That Time Forgot – Pixar Animation Studios 
  • Todd Raleigh & Doug Vito – Turbo FAST – DreamWorks Animation

We continue to be impressed with director Steve Purcell as he did an amazing job leading the team in the production of the television special. From the incredible camera angles that the team chose, to the impeccable animation and character design – Toy Story That Time Forgot proves to be another gem in the Pixar lineup and we hope it is also a big winner at this year’s Annie Awards.

For more on our thoughts read our Spoiler-Free Review and be sure to check back and read our Easter Egg Review after the premiere on December 2 at 8 PM.

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  1. I've just watched it ,really fantastic ! loved it ! but (Spoilers**) when mason and bonnie came to the toys room in the end together isn't it a little bit odd that all the Batllezuar toys freeze when the kids came , they don't know they are toys right ?

  2. Yeah, that's something that's been talked about since the first Toy Story film for sure. Julie thinks it's one of those things that you're just not supposed to think about and I (T.J.), tend to think that being a toy is so deeply engrained in their minds that it takes over their actions when a child is around. Of course, those are just our theories and thoughts – it doesn't mean we're right! 🙂

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